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Palm Tungsten E2 Bluetooth PDA - Was £124.99 Now £79.99 @ Argos

£79.99 @ Argos
Collect instore. Around £115-£120+ elsewhere. Features: Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology. Next generation, extra-sharp, high resolution 2.25 x 2.25in colour display. 32Mb non-volatile,… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Collect instore. Around £115-£120+ elsewhere.

Features:

Built-in Bluetooth wireless technology.
Next generation, extra-sharp, high resolution 2.25 x 2.25in colour display.
32Mb non-volatile, flash memory keeps your information safe.
Long lasting battery, up to 8 days at normal use.
Edit and create Word, Excel and PowerPoint compatible files.
Easily synchronise Microsoft Outlook information and email.
View photos and videos, play MP3 files.
Multimedia card, SD and SDIO expansion card compatible.
Classic Palm OS organiser functions: calendar, contacts, tasks, notes.
Intel Xscale 200MHz ARM processor
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#1
http://leftcornerofmybrain.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/palm-tungsten-e2.jpg
#2
r these any good ?
#3
No Stock where I live
And not available for delivery.
banned#4
for the price its good http://www.picturehoster.org/storage/11.jpg
#5
irnwho
for the price its good http://www.picturehoster.org/storage/11.jpg


Could be 99p but it doesn't matter if not in stock :)
#6
This is readily available in various places ie Cardiff and Bridgend. It's not a bad deal just because there may not be any near you, it just spoils it for people lucky enough to find one.
#7
Great little piece of kit, I've been using one for about 3 years now. But - quite old tech and the Palm OS is a bit limited, OS can't be updated either (to my knowledge, not that I've spent much time researching it). Would be great if it had WiFi but for that you have to jump to the TX, which costs a lot more and seems to be plagued with reliability issues.
Most smartphones will run rings round this nowadays.
#8
thomasc123
r these any good ?


Depends what you want really. This is a very old piece of technology now (2005 I believe, and even then it was more of a facelift than a new product) and doesn't include wi-fi so unless you connect via Bluetooth to a mobile or get an SD card wi-fi adaptor it's not going to get you on the internet. It's also running Palm OS which, while there's a great back catalogue of titles, is reaching the end of its life.

On the other hand, if you're after a PDA that is JUST a PDA then this isn't a bad deal at all. Palm OS has always been fairly snappy, there's a lot of software (much of it free) available, it works well managing things like contacts, addresses etc and should come with the ability to read word and excel documents out of the box.

As I said, depends what you want from a PDA.
#9
whizzkid
This is readily available in various places ie Cardiff and Bridgend. It's not a bad deal just because there may not be any near you, it just spoils it for people lucky enough to find one.


Cardiff & Bridgend :roll:
#10
emad
Cardiff & Bridgend :roll:
Yes, and still there - why?

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